FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
CAN I BUY TICKETS AT THE GATE?
Yes, there will be tickets available for purchase at the gate for each day of FL2K. However, discounts are available for people who purchase online in advance. Plus, there will be an express line at the gate entrance for those who have pre-purchased their tickets. This is recommended to avoid lines at the entrance. Tech cards are not available for purchase at the gate. If you want to race, you must pre-purchase a tech card online.
DO CHILDREN NEED A TICKET TO ENTER?
Children 12 and under are free.
WILL THE EVENT BE LIVE-STREAMED?
Yes, FL2K will be broadcast live in HD on SpeedVideo.com.
CAN I BRING IN A COOLER OR FOOD?
Spectators are not allowed to bring coolers in through the spectator gates. Food and beverages will be available from the concessions on both the permanent east concession stand and the west pavilion concession. There will also be select vendors offering food and beverages along the vendor midway.
ARE DOGS ALLOWED?
Yes, your furry friends are welcome to join you at FL2K if they are on a leash at all times and you pick up after them. While dogs are allowed, we recommend leaving the dogs at home for an event of this size due to loud noises and hot surface temperatures on the asphalt around the park.
CAN I BRING MY SIDE-BY-SIDE, ATV, GOLF CART OR PIT BIKE?
No, spectators are not allowed to bring any vehicles onto the premises. There are no exceptions. Do not bring them because you will not be allowed to bring them inside the grounds.
IS THERE AN ATM AVAILABLE?
No, there is not an ATM, but track concessions accept credit/debit cards and most all vendors will as well.
IF I SIGN UP FOR THE CAR SHOW, DO I NEED TO ALSO PURCHASE ADMISSION?
Yes. Admission is required in addition to the entrance fee for the car show.
DO SPECTATORS HAVE TO PAY FOR PARKING?
No. There is free parking available for spectators in the west lot before reaching the racetrack. There will be signs indicating where to turn. There is plenty of parking available for all spectators. Oversized vehicles such as recreational vehicles, campers, trailers, buses, etc. are not allowed in this parking area. If you have one of these vehicles, see below.
CAN I PARK INSIDE THE GATES?
Parking inside the gates is intended for racer's trailers/rigs and support vehicles, and other approved vehicles. There are a limited number of pit parking passes available for purchase, but if you do not need to park inside the gates to support a racer or team, or vendor, then spectator parking is where you should park. And it's free!
CAN I BRING MY CAMPER OR RV?
Yes. Camper and RV parking is allowed with a pre-purchased pass. You must also purchase a full event pass in order to purchase a camper and RV parking pass. There will be a limited amount of these spots available and once they are gone they are gone. Camper and RV parking passes are available on the tickets page. All RV passes are good Thursday-Sunday and you can stay on the grounds overnight.
IS THERE HANDICAP PARKING AVAILABLE?
Yes. There is handicap parking available in the spectator lot as close to the entrance as possible. If you are planning to attend the event and need additional assistance or considerations, please contact email@example.com.
ARE YOUR PAYOUTS GUARANTEED?
Yes, the payout for every class at FL2K is always guaranteed. We could not do this without our sponsors, so please check them out and show them some love.
IF I PURCHASE A TECH CARD DO I ALSO NEED TO PURCHASE AN EVENT PASS?
For drag racers, the tech card is your entrance to the class you want to participate in and your admission to the event for the full weekend. For roll racing, your tech card gets you admission on Thursday for the roll race event but if you wish to come for the rest of the weekend you will need to purchase daily admission or a full event pass.
DO I NEED A PARKING PASS?
If you purchase a tech card, you do not need a parking pass for your truck and trailer/rig to park inside the gates. If you wish to bring an additional support vehicle, you must purchase a parking pass for that vehicle. Parking passes are good for the entire weekend but they are limited so don't wait until the last minute to purchase one if you wish to have additional vehicles inside the gates. Vehicles can also use the free spectator lot on the west side of the track.
IF I CAN'T MAKE THE EVENT CAN I SELL MY TECH CARD?
Yes, Tech Cards can be transferred/sold but must be done by October 2nd. Email to notify us of the transfer.
ARE THERE A LIMITED NUMBER OF TECH CARDS?
Yes, Tech Cards are limited to 40 for most drag race classes except for 10.50 and 11.50 Index, which are limited to 60. Once they are gone they are gone. All tech cards must be purchased in advance. No tech cards available at the gate.
WILL THERE BE A PUBLIC TEST AND TUNE DURING THE EVENT?
No. All qualifying and test sessions will be for registered racers only. There will not be a test and tune tech card sold for this year's event. If you want to race, you need to purchase a tech card for a class.
DO I NEED TO BE THERE ON THURSDAY IF I AM ONLY DRAG RACING?
No. Thursday will be dedicated specifically for roll racing only. If you are not participating in the roll race, you can arrive on Friday or Saturday. Please refer to the schedule for more information on when qualifying rounds will occur, etc.
ARE YOU STILL ACCEPTING SPONSORS FOR THIS YEAR'S EVENT?
All spots are filled for this year's event. If you wish to be a sponsor or vendor for next year's event, please contact us at FL2Kinfo@gmail.com.
CAN I BRING MY FOOD TRUCK TO FL2K?
Yes, on Friday only. We will be accepting applications for a limited amount of spots for food trucks/vendors. Please inquire directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOW DO I ACQUIRE A MEDIA PASS TO COVER THE EVENT?
Please email us at to apply for a media pass. These will be limited to ensure our friends at SpeedVideo are able to properly broadcast the event without intrusion. If you do not have experience shooting at a racetrack in a competitive environment you most likely will not be approved. After several instances of novice photographers causing issues at racetracks across the country, we have had to become more strict in who is allowed to shoot in the lanes and near the cars. Safety is paramount and so is respecting your fellow media members.